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14 Fresh Typography Experiments for Designers

Typography is a big part of every designer’s life and must be paid a lot of attention to it. Getting inspired for this particular category is a must. Lucky for you, I deliver new and interesting examples every few weeks after I filter more than three or four times the amount of type illustrations that you have here.

Sweet Sixteen
Typography with a sweet taste of sugar. A nice composition, an excellent execution. Sometimes not that much is needed to make the type look tasty. The typeface used below is Cutiful.

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Dive Deep
Hand lettering by Ray Fenwick, cutting out by Dan Mogford.

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Scarlett
An illustration created by Nik Ainley. Notice how well every single letter (e.g. “l” and “s”) fits in the composition.

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Newstand Cover for Computer Arts issue 139
Alejandro Paul’s Affair typography from Argentina: typography dominates in the composition, the swirly headline is just breathtaking.

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17.06.2007
Created by Michael van Laar using Freebooter Script.

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Aphrodisiac Dessert
Dessert type for a dessert announcement.

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FitzGerald Album (Extended Play)
Nothing can beat old-style-typography. Nothing.

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Rally
Apparently, typography can be used for a number of purposes. Typographical Motorsports: simple yet interesting.

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Tina Colada
It is worth a discussion if “overlettering” actually helps to deliver a message, but the type looks nicely. And the choice of colors is impressive.

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More ink is coming
Impressive lettering by Ale Paul.

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cim_organic
Sunny, flourish motif for a fresh typographic composition. Designed by Ryan Katrina.

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Empire
The attention to detail is remarkable. Designed by Theo Aartsma.

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Eichholtz

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Arabic Typography

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